Recorded Webinars

As a benefit to membership, Music Biz members can freely access our entire back catalog of webinars!

Note: Non-members have access to webinar recordings for three months after the session takes place. Non-members may request access to older webinars, and will be contacted with more information about the Association.

April 18, 2024 – The Network Effect on Music Metadata

In this session, Verifi Media will present its findings from the first full year of the VRDA’s multiparty data-sharing project to show the benefit of org-to-org data sharing and database synergies. In the discussion that follows, we will explore the network effect of data connectivity and its potential to harness improvements to business sectors like operations, revenue assurance, and licensing. We will dive into how metadata links will continue to play an important role as the digital landscape evolves with AI and the popularity of user-generated content, and offer a chance to reflect on where the industry has come so far.

April 4, 2024 – Harnessing the Art, Technology and Business of Dolby Atmos Music

Join the Dolby Music Partnerships Team for an exclusive discussion on how creatives, labels, and services are expanding their offerings and growing their business with Dolby Atmos Music.

March 21, 2024 – The 2024 BE THE CHANGE: Gender Equity in Music Study

Join TuneCore CEO, Andreea Gleeson and Music Business Association President, Portia Sabin as they discuss and dissect the results of the 2024 BE THE CHANGE: Gender Equity in Music Study. With over 4,100 global respondents from across the music industry surveyed, tune in to discover the key findings and learn about concrete strategies to enact change. Together, let’s BE THE CHANGE that helps create a brighter and more equitable future for the music industry.

March 7, 2024 – How to Grow Your Music Business and Improve Collaboration Through Technology

Are communication gaps and old ways of working holding you back? Every year, music businesses lose out on revenue due to outdated tools and inefficient processes. But the solution is simple. By adopting a unified management platform, publishers, PROs, labels, distributors, and more can streamline their operations and promote better and more effective collaboration. Join the Artist Growth success team to explore how the music industry’s biggest players are embracing collaborative technology to centralize data and grow their bottom lines — and how you can do the same.

February 22, 2024 – TikTok, YouTube & Beyond: How To Maximize Royalties In A $71.3B Industry

User-Generated Content (UGC) is a key driver of growth for the music industry, with revenues expected to soar to $71.3 billion by 2031. In this session, learn some of the industry secrets on how to maximize UGC royalties from one of the leaders in the space. We’ll cover everything from navigating YouTube, to TikTok, Meta and beyond, sharing advice & actionable steps on managing and monetizing your music catalog.

February 8, 2024 – Pump Up the Jam of Every Play With BMAT

BMAT uses its in-house audio fingerprinting technology to find music usage across radio, TV and venues, delivering complete metadata reports to all players in the ecosystem. In this webinar, we’ll dive into the benefits of music recognition to enhance metadata accuracy and royalty distribution for music owners & users alike. We’ll also look into interesting use cases of music monitoring and discuss its benefits as they pertain to different segments of our industry in the U.S., Canada and beyond.

December 7, 2023 – How AI Is Redefining Music Creation and Innovation

AI is poised to redefine not only how music is created, but also how artists express themselves and innovate within the evolving landscape. This presentation by John Ivers, Lead Product Manager at BandLab, discusses how AI is augmenting musicians and reshaping the future of music creation, as well as showcases BandLab’s AI music creation tools.

November 16, 2023 – Proactive Music Publishing Royalty Collection in the Digital Age

Audiam, Inc. CEO, John Raso will discuss strategies and technologies that enable music publishers (including self-published songwriters) to efficiently collect royalties in the modern digital landscape. He will cover digital platforms including YouTube, other “User-Generated Content” platforms like TikTok & Instagram, and physical & digital mechanical royalties including interactive streaming services. He’ll also explain proactive measures to ensure artists and publishers receive their rightful earnings, and highlight the diverse ways music can earn royalties in the digital age.

November 2, 2023 – Leveraging Music Financing to Elevate Your Distribution and Publishing Offerings

Music distribution and publishing companies are constantly searching for more ways to better service their roster of artists. Whether you’re a small firm with a boutique roster or a large one with a lineup of legacy acts, you would probably benefit from better access to money. Join the RoyFi team as they discuss the various options that are available to your company. Whether you are a distributor, publisher, or an independent record label, RoyFi has a solution that can help you fuel your company and your artist/writers careers.

October 26, 2023 – Choreographed Sports & Performing Arts: A $2.4 Billion Untapped Opportunity

Choreographed sports and performing arts that use music as a part of their routine represent a huge new global opportunity for music licenses, but friction exists to successfully interact with the music industry. With the help of one of its major US sports partners, the US National Federation of High Schools, ClicknClear will explain the licensing issues faced by this market, the opportunities, and how music rightholders can get access to an additional 10% of current annual worldwide music industry revenue through a tech-enabled channel.